Thursday, April 10, 2008



Sounds like a government agency no one is supposed to know about, but it's
Oracle Authentication Services for Operating Systems. It's just been released, and you can read all about it over at Nishant Kaushik's Talking Identity blog.

You can find some resources here:

to start with Oracle Authentication Services for OS Overview (PDF).


Sometimes even our folks get frustrated with Metalink (but it's an internal, 'family argument while still very affectionate' kind of frustration, you understand). Tim Dexter over at the Oracle BI Publisher blog had some problems getting directly to a Metalink note on java.lang.OutOfMemoryError and gives us the note number to look up if we encounter this in BIP.

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